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|Viewing Distance||101-500 Feet|
|Object Flight Path||Hovering then path|
I was driving home from work in Warner Robins, GA, and I glanced to the side to look at a building and noticed something hovering. Initially, I thought it might be a helicopter, as there were two red lights at a higher elevation than three white lights, so it could have appeared to be lights on a helicopter's tail. However, upon turning off my music and rolling down my window, I was unable to hear anything at all, aside from the cars, and I expected that something as large as this thing looked would make a loud enough noise to be heard above the cars (especially a helicopter - you can hear those for a long distance). As I continued to drive, the object started to move. As it moved, I was able to see that it was actually shaped like a kite. It flew in such a way that had the longer sides of the 'kite' up at a higher level so that one light moved higher than the other three. The red lights appeared to be on the bottom, rather than higher up as it had originally appeared. I glanced over to the left periodically (I did not pull over), and watched as the object got farther and farther away up until it disappeared behind trees (I got stopped at a light around the same time, which was inconvenient - by the time I was able to go, I was unable to see it any-more). This sighting was something that put me in awe; it was amazing to watch, and I felt very lucky to be able to see such a long event. I wish I could be more in-depth with the report, but it was hard to observe fully with driving at the same time. The images attached shows it hovering in the first and how it was arranged when travelling in the second.
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